I would like to hear from him:
1. Exactly which parts of the Treaties he wants to re-negotiate?
2. What would constitute a "successful" outcome (the people need to be able to Measure the outcome against something, even a minimum requirement to claim success)?
3. Why the negotiations are not even to begin unless and until he wins the next general Election (this will be 2+ wasted years)?
4. What does he see as the "fall-back" position if the UK exits the EU?
5. Will there be parallel negotiations during the negotiations, to join another free - trade area?
6. How will an EU exit impact on UK Citizens who are living abroad under the Right to Abode under current EU Rules - will they be compensated for any Financial Losses as a result?
7. How will a UK EU exit impact on other EU Citizens who are living in the UK under the Right to Abode under current EU Rules - will they be compensated for any Financial Losses as a result?
As for question 1 - The working time directive appears one issue he wants renegotiating on. From my view it's a fair point, we should decide in our own parliament how many hours can be worked, quite why the EU are adamant that it should be the same across he board i'm not to sure - any ideas what the thinking on this is?